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... bring the story to life. Matt & I really liked the treasury with all the Roman gold coins. The mosaics were also very good. They talked about how the chariot races had 4 different colors and spectators supported a color and went crazy for their team. Lots of sports betting as well.
The exhibition was 1646 - about the 30 year war in Europe. It was aimed at kids so Matt enjoyed that.
We took the bus out to Consdorf where we had the idea of walking to Mullerthal. Started off in Consdorf at camp ground and Matt played on the soccer pitch, then somehow managed to get on the wrong trail, and then took a few wrong turns and ended up in a neighboring town. Trail was lovely and we saw some cool rock formations. Walked a good 15 kms, All flat ...
... sure, I was so excited to see green veges only plate! Nic had a salmon burger) we really enjoyed trying seven Belgium beers too. I liked the dark as did Nic. As we enjoyed our meal, several buskers performed beside us- a fantastic band with several brass instruments (sax, trumpet etc) and a beautiful accordion played outside. We gave them some coins and enjoyed their bright jazzy music. It was a fantastic start to Belgium, made better with ice cream for ...
... spend the afternoon there, which was kind of disappointing. The afternoon was also taken up by a meeting at the European Investment Bank.. which consisted of me doodling on a piece of paper the whole time. Not exactly how I pictured spending my time in Luxembourg, but I was glad we got a few hours to walk around the city and explore. We also had time to have a delicious ...
... had recoiled on firing. I tried to imagine the smell of gunpowder, the smoke it created and felt rather glad to have been born in the swinging sixties! Yes, I know, only just....but nevertheless!
From the casements, we walked along the Chemin de la Corniche, apparently known as "the most beautiful balcony of Europe". It was effectively a walk along the outer rampart of the city looking straight down into the valleys on either side ...